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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Emma Marcegaglia

52 2014 Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Claudio Descalzi

62 2014 Chief Executive Officer, General Manager, Director

Massimo Mondazzi

54 2014 Chief Financial and Risk Management Officer

Roberto Ulissi

55 2014 Senior Executive Vice President Corporate Affairs and Governance, Company Secretary, Corporate Governance Counsel

Francesco Gattei

47 2013 Executive Vice President of Scenarios, Strategic Options and Investor Relations

Marco Bardazzi

50 Executive Vice President of External Communication

Luca Cosentino

55 2015 Executive Vice President of Energy Solutions

Luca Franceschini

2016 Executive Vice President - Integrated Compliance

Marco Petracchini

53 Senior Executive Vice President of Internal Audit

Jadran Trevisan

56 2016 Executive Vice President - Integrated Risk Management

Marco Bollini

Senior Vice President - Legal Affairs

Giuseppe Ricci

54 2016 Chief Refining & Marketing Officer

Luca Bertelli

58 2014 Chief Exploration Officer

Roberto Casula

55 2014 Chief Development, Operations & Technology Officer

Alberto Chiarini

Chief Retail Market Gas & Power Officer

Claudio Granata

56 2014 Chief Services & Stakeholder Relations Officer

Massimo Mantovani

54 2016 Chief Midstream Gas & Power Officer

Antonio Vella

60 2014 Chief Upstream Officer

Fabrizio Pagani

50 2014 Non-Executive Director

Alessandro Profumo

60 2015 Independent Director

Andrea Gemma

44 2014 Non-Executive Independent Director

Pietro Guindani

59 2014 Non-Executive Independent Director

Karina Litvack

55 2014 Non-Executive Independent Director

Diva Moriani

49 2014 Non-Executive Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Emma Marcegaglia

Ms. Emma Marcegaglia serves as Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board at Eni S.p.A. since May 8, 2014. She is President of Businesseurope and Luiss Guido Carli University, Deputy Chairman and CEO of Marcegaglia SpA, Member of the Board of Directors of Bracco SpA, Italcementi SpA and Gabetti Property Solutions SpA. She is Chairman of Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, appointed in November 2014. From May 2008 to May 2012, she was President of Confindustria. She was also a Member of the Management Board of Banco Popolare and Director of FinecoBank SpA. From May 2004 to May 2008 she was appointed as Deputy Vice President of Confindustria for infrastructures, energy, transport and environment, also acting as the Italian Representative for the High Level Group established by the European Commission for energy, competitiveness and environment. From 2000 to 2002, she was Vice President of Confindustria for Europe; from 1996 to 2000 President of the Young Italian Entrepreneurs Association of Confindustria; from 1997 to 2000 President of the European Confederation of the Young Entrepreneurs (YES) and from 1994 to 1996 she was National Vice President of the Young Italian Entrepreneurs Association of Confindustria. She graduated in Business Economics at the Universita Bocconi in Milan and attended a Masters in Business Administration at New York University.

Claudio Descalzi

Mr. Claudio Descalzi serves as Chief Executive Officer, General Manager, Director at Eni S.p.A. He was Chief Operating Officer for Exploration and Production Division and Director of Eni S.p.A. since July 30, 2008 to 2014. He continued his studies with specialist courses in Petroleum Engineering in France and the United States. He joined the Company's group in 1981 as Manager of oil and gas field petroleum engineering and project, following the development of North Sea, Libya, Nigeria, and Congo fields. In 1990, he was appointed Head of Operational Activities for Italy. In 1994, he was named Director of Agip Recherches Congo, with responsibility for all local upstream operations, and in 1998 he became Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Naoc, a Company's subsidiary in Nigeria. From 2000 to 2001, he was Regional Manager for Africa, Middle East and China at the Agip Division, where in 2002 he was appointed Country Manager for Italy. From 2002 to 2005, he was Regional Manager for Italy, Africa, Middle East at the Eni Exploration & Production Division, and in 2006 he was appointed as Deputy General Manager of the ENI SpA's Exploration and Production Division. Since 2006, he has been Chairman of Assomineraria. He is Vice President of Confindustria Energy. He graduated in Physics in 1979 from Universita degli Studi di Milano.

Massimo Mondazzi

Mr. Massimo Mondazzi serves as Chief Financial and Risk Management Officer of Eni S.p.A. since July 1, 2014. He is Chief Financial Officer at the firm since December 5, 2012. He joined Eni in 1992 after a number positions in industrial companies and as a management consultant. He worked in the Administration and Control area of the Exploration and Production division until 2006, where he reached the level of Director. From 2006 to 2009 he was Director of Planning and Control for the Eni group, before returning to E&P as Executive Vice President for the Central Asia, Far East and Pacific Region business areas. In this role he contributed to the consolidation of Eni’s activities in the Exploration and Production division, to the launch of new development projects and to Eni’s entry into new countries. He graduated from Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi in Economics and Business Administration in 1987.

Roberto Ulissi

Mr. Roberto Ulissi serves as Senior Executive Vice President Corporate Affairs and Governance, Company Secretary, Corporate Governance Counsel at Eni S.p.A. since 2014. He has been Secretary and Senior Executive Vice President Corporate Affairs and Governance at Eni S.p.A. since 2006. After a number of years spent as a lawyer at the Bank of Italy, in 1998 he was appointed General Manager at the Ministry of the Economy and Finance, head of the Banking and Financial System and Legal Affairs Department. He was a director of Telecom Italia, Ferrovie dello Stato, Alitalia, Fincantieri and a government representative on the Governing Council of the Bank of Italy. He was also a member of numerous Italian and European commissions representing the Ministry of the Economy, including, at a national level, the Commission for the Reform of Corporate Law and, at EU level, the Financial Services Policy Group, the Banking Advisory Committee, the European Banking Committee, the European Securities Committee, and the Financial Services Committee. He was also special professor of banking law at the University of Cassino. He is Grande Ufficiale della Repubblica Italiana. Since 2006 he has been Senior Executive Vice President Corporate Affairs and Governance and Company Secretary of Eni SpA. He is also a Director of Eni International BV.

Francesco Gattei

Marco Bardazzi

Mr. Marco Bardazzi serves as Executive Vice President of External Communication at Eni S.p.A. A professional journalist, before joining Eni in 2015 he has worked in the media business for 28 years. He has achieved an extensive experience on foreign policy and digital communications, particularly on the European and American realities (He has lived and worked in the United States for nine years). Between 2009 and 2015, he has been Managing Editor and Digital Editor at "La Stampa", a leading European newspaper based in Turin, Italy. He has been a key member of the team that has worked on the transformation of a traditional newspaper founded in 1867 in an integrated digital news organization, creating an innovative "concentric circles" multiplatform newsroom. He has also been a co-founder of the "Europa" partnership between La Stampa, Le Monde, El País, The Guardian, Gazeta Wyborcza and Suddeutsche Zeitung. Before joining "La Stampa", he was U.S. Correspondent for the Italian news agency ANSA, covering every aspect of the American life for the Italian media. Among other things, he has covered the 2000 Bush-Gore electoral race for the White House; the first international Al Qaeda trial in Manhattan; the September 11, 2001 attack on America; the war in Afghanistan; the war in Iraq; the 2004 and 2008 presidential campaigns. He has visited and reported on the Guantanamo detention camp at U.S. Navy Guantanamo Bay base, Cuba. He has covered the 2008 financial crisis, and he has extensively reported on the American digital, energy and manufacturing businesses. He teaches a class on "Journalism innovation" at Master on Journalism, ALMED-Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan. He holds an Associate of Arts degree in History from American Public University. His latest book is "L'Ultima Notizia" (with Massimo Gaggi, Rizzoli 2010), an essay on digital transformation in the media business.

Luca Cosentino

Mr. Luca Cosentino serves as Executive Vice President of Energy Solutions at Eni S.p.A. since November 1, 2015. He spent the first years of his professional life in the Reservoir Department, within the reservoir modelling group. Between 1992 and 1996 he worked in different operational positions in Italy and abroad. From 1996 to 2003 he has been working as Project Manager with IFP (Institut Français du Petrol, France), in Venezuela and in the Persian Gulf. In this period, he also taught at the IFP School and published several technical papers, including a book on Integrated Reservoir Studies. Back in Eni in 2003, he was appointed Head of the Reservoir Department and, in 2004, Head of the Reservoir Modelling Department. From 2005 to 2010 he was in Libya, initially as Operation and Asset Manager with Eni North Africa and then as Member of the Management Committee in the operating company Eni Oil, later Mellitah Oil & Gas. From 2010 to 2013 he has been Managing Director of Eni Congo. In 2013 he was appointed Senior Vice President Non Operated Business Performance and Stranded Resources Valorisation. He graduated cum laude in Geology in 1985 from the University of Padua and joined Eni in 1986.

Luca Franceschini

Mr. Luca Franceschini serves as Executive Vice President - Integrated Compliance at Eni S.P.A. since September 12, 2016. He first joined in Eni in 1991 in the legal department of Agip S.p.A., initially involved in disputes and providing legal assistance to the procurement area, before going on to delivering legal support for a range of national and international projects in the Exploration & Production sector. In 2000, in the context of the process for the liberalisation of the natural gas sector, he was involved in the spin-off of the gas storage business and the creation and launch of Sogit SpA, for which he became head of Legal and Corporate Affairs. He made his return to Eni Spa in 2005 as head of Italian Legal Assistance in the Gas & Power division. Following the concentration of all legal functions in Eni’s central Legal Department, he was engaged in providing legal support in the regulatory and antirust areas, gradually extending his responsibilities and becoming, in 2009, head of Legal Assistance for the business and Antitrust issues in Italy, as well as council for legal assistance for the activities of the Refining & Marketing sector. He was also a member of the boards of directors of both Italgas and Stogit. In 2015 he was appointed as Eni’s Executive Vice President for Legal and Regulatory Compliance. He is a graduate in Law from the Universita degli Studi di Milano and is registered to practice law on the special list of the Ordine degli Avvocati (the Italian Bar association) in Rome.

Marco Petracchini

Mr. Marco Petracchini serves as Senior Executive Vice President of Internal Audit at Eni S.p.A. He also serves as Member of the Supervisory Body of the Company. After graduation, he was hired by Esso Italiana where he held a number of positions in the IT, Finance and Auditing sectors. He joined Eni in 1999, where he was promoted in the Internal Auditing Department. Currently is Senior Executive Vice President of the Internal Auditing Department and supervisor of the Internal Control function. He is also a Member of the Control Body and Secretary of the Audit Committee of Eni SpA. He holds international qualifications, including that of Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), awarded by the Institute of Internal Auditors with which he also gained an honorable mention, and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), awarded by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He graduated cum laude in Economics from Universita degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza in 1989.

Jadran Trevisan

Mr. Jadran Trevisan serves as Executive Vice President - Integrated Risk Management at Eni S.P.A. since September 12, 2016. After a short period at Gabetti, in 1991 he joined the Fininvest Group, where he was involved in financial communications and was part of the project for the listing of Mediaset for which, in 1995, he became the Investor Relations Manager. In 2000 he joined Eni as head of Investor Relations, where, in addition to participating in a number of significant extraordinary operations (the listing of Snam Rete Gas, the de-listing of Italgas), he oversaw relations with institutional investors. In 2006 he was appointed head of Business Strategy at Eni’s E&P division, where he was involved in the acquisition of significant assets and companies operating in the upstream sector. In 2008 he was appointed CFO of the recently acquired subsidiary Distrigas, where, for the following three years, he was engaged in consolidating and aligning the company’s business and financial processes with those of Eni and rationalising the company structure. In 2011 he was part of the project for the creation of Eni Trading & Shipping SpA, becoming its Senior Vice President for Operations & Control. From the end of 2012 until July 2015 he was Senior Vice President Credit and in August 2015 he was appointed Senior Vice President for Integrated Risk Management. Since 12 September 2016 in his role as Executive Vice President Integrated Risk Management he reports directly to the Chief Executive. He has a degree in philosophy and a Master in business administration from SOGEA, the management school of Confindustria Liguria.

Marco Bollini

Mr. Marco Bollini serves as Senior Vice President - Legal Affairs at Eni S.P.A. After graduation, he practiced for a few years the legal profession in a law firm in Milan. He joined Eni in 1997 in the legal department of Agip S.p.A., dealing mainly with international legal projects until 2001 assumes the responsibility of legal assistance of the Overseas Exploration & Production Division. In 2005 he was appointed General Counsel of the Gas & Power further diversifying the business knowledge. Since 2007, he returns to the Exploration & Production Division as General Counsel. Following the centralization of the legal aspects of Eni's Legal Central Directorate assumes in 2008 the provision of legal liability to non-European activities of the company. In 2013 he was appointed Executive Vice President International Business Legal Area and then take in 2015 as Executive Vice President Legal Department International and Finance of Eni, a role that is characterized by high exposure to international issues, with particular focus on business Upstream and in the management of partnerships and M & a transactions. He graduated in Law at the Universita degli Studi di Milano and as a lawyer registered in the special list of the Milan Bar Association.

Giuseppe Ricci

Mr. Giuseppe Ricci serves as Chief Refining & Marketing Officer at Eni S.P.A. since September 12, 2016. He joined Eni in 1985 initially working in the study and development of new refining processes at the Sannazzaro refinery, before becoming involved in the creation and consolidation of the joint venture with Kuwait Petroleum at the Milazzo refinery. In 2000 he returned to head office as where he was responsible for Refining Processes Development and oversaw the performance optimisation at the refining facilities of Agip Petroli. He left central technologies to take over, in 2004, as director of the Gela Refinery, a particularly challenging assignment both from a managerial perspective and in terms of the refining cycle and the complexity of the plant; in 2006 he was appointed managing director of the refinery. In June 2010 he was made Senior Vice President of the Industrial Sector for Refining & Marketing, with responsibility for the refineries, storage deposits, oil pipelines and plant and facilities in Italy, as well as the management of subsidiary and associated companies in Italy and abroad. As Industrial Director he also held a series of additional responsibilities, such as the chairmanship of Gela and Milazzo. In 2012 he took on the delicate role of Eni’s Executive Vice President Health, Safety Environment and Quality with responsibility for providing the guidelines, coordination and control of safety, industrial health, product safety, the environment and quality. He has a degree in Chemical Engineering from Politecnico di Torino.

Luca Bertelli

Mr. Luca Bertelli serves as Chief Exploration Officer at Eni S.p.A. since July 1, 2014. In 1984 joined Eni’s geophysics division where he worked first as a researcher in the development of 3D seismic prospecting technology and subsequently as a manager of 3D seismic prospecting programmes, and specialising in seismic-stratigraphy. In 1994 he was appointed Manager of seismic-stratigraphy applications and in 1999 expanded the technical-managerial scope of his activities becoming Eni’s Manager of geological and geophysical services. At the end of 2001, his career took a new international turn with roles of increasing managerial complexity over a period of eight years, starting in Norway where he was Technical Director and Deputy Managing Director of Norsk Agip. In 2003 he was appointed Managing Director of Eni Indonesia and in 2006 moved to Egypt as General Manager and Managing Director, a role he covered also at Eni Angola in 2007. In 2009 he returned to Eni’s headquarters as Senior Vice President Global Exploration. At the beginning of 2010 he was appointed Executive Vice President of Exploration and Unconventional. He graduated cum laude in Geology in 1983 from the University of Florence.

Roberto Casula

Mr. Roberto Casula serves as Chief Development, Operations & Technology Officer at Eni S.p.A. since July 1, 2014. He joined Eni in 1988 as a reservoir engineer. He spent the first years of his professional life working at oilfields in Italy before moving to west Africa where he was appointed Chief Development Engineer. He returned to headquarters in 1997 as coordinator business development activities for Africa and the Middle East, contributing to a number of new initiatives and portfolio activities. In 2000 he became project Technical Services Manager and in 2001 moved to the Middle East as Project Director on a giant gas production project. From 2004 to 2005 he held a number of managerial positions in the Exploration & Production Division, becoming Chief Executive Officer of Eni Mediterranea Idrocarburi SpA, engaged in oil and gas exploration and production in Sicily. At the end of 2005 he was appointed Managing Director of Eni’s activities in Libya, where he remained for two years and concluded the renegotiation of oil contracts and launched an important programme of social projects. In October 2007, he became head of operational and business activities in sub-Saharan Africa as Senior Vice President, based in Nigeria. In December 2011 he was appointed Executive Vice President of Eni’s Exploration & Production Division and extended his responsibilities to include the whole of Africa and the Middle East and coordinating the Mozambique programme for the development of the Mamba and Coral discoveries. Since July 2014 he has been a board member of Eni Foundation. He graduated in Mining Engineering from the Universita degli Studi di Cagliari.

Alberto Chiarini

Mr. Alberto Chiarini serves as Chief Retail Market Gas & Power Officer at Eni S.P.A. After taking a degree in Political Science and a course of specialisation at the Scuola Superiore Enrico Mattei, he joined Eni in 1989. He began his career in an international context, in the business/finance area, in positions of growing responsibility in a number of countries (including the United Kingdom, Congo, Libya and Holland) rising to the position of managing director of Eni UK. He returned to Italy in 2006 as head of Planning and Control at the Exploration and Production division and was subsequently appointed as Eni’s Executive Vice President Global Procurement and Strategic Sourcing. In 2011 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Syndial, the Eni subsidiary that provides integrated services in the field of environmental remediation. On 6 December 2013 he was appointed Chief Financial and Compliance Officer of Saipem SpA with responsibility for Finance, Legal Affairs & Compliance and ICT, overseeing in particular the recapitalisation and refinancing of the company.

Claudio Granata

Mr. Claudio Granata serves as Chief Services & Stakeholder Relations Officer at Eni S.p.A. since July 1, 2014. After Graduating in economics, he joined the Eni group in 1983. From 1983 to 1994 he worked as a labour market and social welfare expert with ASAP (the trade union association for Eni Companies). From 1994 to 1999 he continued his experience with Eni Corporate as an expert in industrial relations. In 2000 he was given responsibility for Staff and Organisation within Eni Servizi Amministrativi, a company that was set up to centralise Eni’s administrative activities. In 2001 he took over the management of Eni’s territorial divisions, for which he structured the management of the staff by geographical area and, in 2003, he took on the role of Business HR for Eni Corporate, ensuring support for Departments in the management and development of Eni Corporate’s managerial resources during a period of profound change (2002-2004), characterised by the mergers by incorporation of Snam and AgipPetroli and the redefinition of the organisational structures for the staff. In the same year he was also appointed as director of personnel and organisation of SOFID (Eni’s financial services company). In 2006 he was appointed Human Resources Director of the E&P Division, where he oversaw the Planning, Management, Development and Compensation processes for the human resources and organisation activities. He also collaborated with the top management in the reorganisation of macro processes for the Division and promoted Change Management initiatives. From 2006 he has been a board member of Eni International Resources Ltd, and from 2012 to 2013 he has been appointed as Chairman of the board of Eni International Resources Ltd. From 2012 to march 2015 he has been a board member of Eni Uk ltd. Since 2013 he has been Executive Vice President Sustainable Development, Safety, Environment and Quality at E&P. He Graduated in economics, he joined the Eni group in 1983.

Massimo Mantovani

Mr. Massimo Mantovani serves as Chief Midstream Gas & Power Officer at Eni S.P.A. since October 17, 2016. He was Chief of Legal and Regulatory Affairs at Eni S.p.A. from July 1, 2014. Previously, he was Senior Executive Vice President General Counsel Legal Affairs of Eni SpA. He also serves as Member of the Supervisory Body of the Company. He worked for a number of law firms in Milan and London. He joined the legal department of Snam SpA in 1993. In October 2005, he was nominated as Director of Legal Affairs at ENI SpA after a period in which he was Legal Director of the Gas & Power Division. Since 2005 he has served as Director of Snam Rete Gas SpA and as Member of the Control Body of the Company. He holds a degree in Law from Universita degli Studi di Milano. He also holds an LL.M. degree in Law from the University of London.

Antonio Vella

Mr. Antonio Vella serves as Chief Upstream Officer at Eni S.p.A. since July 1, 2014. He graduated in engineering from the Turin Polytechnic in 1982 and joined the Eni Group in 1983. He began his career as an oil engineer at Agip in Libya, where he was involved in upstream onshore and offshore operations. From 1988 to 1991, he was project manager for Enichem’s petrochemical plants and refineries in Italy. In 1991 he was appointed project manager for the development of Libyan oil fields and in 1993 he moved to Egypt, initially as operations manager and subsequently as general manager and managing director of Petrobel, where he was responsible for all of Eni’s upstream operations in Egypt. In 1999 he was appointed district general manager of Nigerian Agip Oil Co (NAOC), and in 2000 became vice chairman and managing director of the Eni companies in Nigeria NAOC, NAE (Nigerian Agip Exploration) and AENR (Agip Energy). In 2002 he became regional vice president for Australasia, Russia, Azerbaijan and then, in 2005, a member of the board of directors and managing director of Eni Algeria. From 2006 to 2009 he was regional senior vice president for North Africa and the Middle East (Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Morocco, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia) for Eni’s Exploration & Production Division. In 2009 he was appointed executive vice president operations for the Exploration & Production Division. In December 2012 he was appointed executive vice president for Central Asia, the Far East and the Pacific Area. Since July 2014 he has been a board member of Eni Foundation.

Fabrizio Pagani

Mr. Fabrizio Pagani serves as Non-Executive Director at Eni S.p.A. since May 9, 2014. Currently, he is the Head of the Office of the Minister of Finance. He has been Senior Economic Counsellor of the Prime Minister and G20 Sherpa from 2013 to 2014; Director of the G8 / G20 Office at the OECD from 2011 to 2013; Political Counsellor of the OECD General Secretary from 2009 to 2011; Director of SACE from 2007 to 2008; Head of the Office of the State Undersecretary, within the Prime Minister Office; Senior Advisor at the OECD from 2002 to 2006; Counsellor for International Affairs of the Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade from 1999 to 2001; Deputy Chief of the Legislative Office at the Department of European Affairs from 1998 to 1999; Professor of International Law at the School of Political Science at the University of Pisa from 1993 to 2001; Deputy Director of the International Training Programme for Conflict Management at the School S. Anna of Pisa, from 1995 to 1998; he has been NATO Fellow. He graduated in International Studies at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa and received a Masters from the European University Institute, Florence. He has been visiting scholar at the Columbia University, New York.

Alessandro Profumo

Mr. Alessandro Profumo serves as Independent Director at Eni S.p.A. since July 29, 2015. He was Non-Executive Independent Director of Eni SpA from May 5, 2011 till May 8, 2014. He was Member of Compensation and Nominating Committees and Chairman of the Oil-Gas Energy Committee of the Company. He holds a degree in Business Administration from the Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi of Milan. He is currently Chairman of Appeal Strategy and Finance Srl and member of the Supervisory Board of Sberbank. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Bocconi University in Milan and of the Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro. He began his career in 1977 at the Banco Lariano, becoming Branch Manager in Milan. In 1987 he joined McKinsey where he was Project Manager in the strategy area for the finance sector. In 1989 he was appointed Head of relations with financial institutions and integrated development projects at Bain, Cuneo e Associati (now Bain & Company). In 1991 he left the field of company consultancy to join RAS, Riunione Adriatica di Sicurta, where he was in charge of as General Manager, for the banking and parabanking sectors. In 1994 he joined Credito Italiano as Joint Central Manager, responsible for Programming and Control, becoming General Manager in 1995. In 1997 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Credito Italiano and subsequently of Unicredit, a position he held until September 2010. On an international level he was Chairman of the European Banking Federation and Chairman of the IMC Washington. In May 2004 he was decorated as Cavaliere del Lavoro.

Andrea Gemma

Mr. Andrea Gemma serves as Non-Executive Independent Director at Eni S.p.A. since May 8, 2014. He is Professor of Private Law at The Third University of Rome, Department of Jurisprudence, Member of the Strategic Board of the American University of Rome. Cassationist Lawyer and Partner of the Law and Tax Firm Gemma & Partners. He is a Member of the Banking and Financial Ombudsman (ABF) at the Rome College appointed by Bank of Italy, Mekmber of the Studies Centre of the Chamber of Arbitration of Rome, Arbitrator at the Chamber of Arbitration of Public Works. He is Chairman of Immobiliare Strasburgo Srl, Deputy Chairman of Serenissima SGR SpA and Chairman of the Watch Structure of Sorgent-e SpA. He is also Official Receiver of Valtur SpA, Liquidator of Novit Assicurazioni SpA, Sequoia Partecipazioni SpA, Suditalia Compagnia di Assicurazioni e Riassicurazione SpA and Alpi Assicurazioni SpA, Liquidator of Corit SpA and Sigrec SpA (Unicredit Group). He was Official Receiver of Dima Costruzioni SpA and Progress Assicurazioni SpA. In 2012 he was Member of the Ministerial Commission for the reform of the bankruptcy proceedings and extraordinary administration procedures. In 2010-2012 he was legal implementing Subject of the Prison Plan appointed by the Minister of Justice and, in 2008-2009, Expert of the working group of the Commission appointed by the Premiership and officiated by the Minister for the European policies for the implementing of the European legislation.

Pietro Guindani

Mr. Pietro Angelo Guindani serves as Non-Executive Independent Director at Eni S.p.A. since May 9, 2014. From 1982 to 1986 he was Relationship Banker of Citibank N.A. Subsequently he became Director International Finance Department of Montedison SpA (Enimont SpA) until 1992. He was Group Finance, Budget and Reporting Manager of European Vinyls Corporation SA/NV (1992-1993). In 1993 he became International Finance Director of Olivetti SpA. From 1995 to 2004 he was Chief Financial Officer of Vodafone Italy and of Vodafone South Europe, Middle East & Africa Region. From 2004 to 2008 he was Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Omnitel NV. Currently, he is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Vodafone Omnitel B.V., Board Member of FINECOBank SpA, of Salini-Impregilo SpA and of the Italian Institute of Technology, President of the Bocconi University Alumni Association, Board Member of Civita Foundation, Assonime and Confindustria, Vice President for Universities, Innovation and Human Capital of Assolombarda. He was also Director of Pirelli & C. SpA (2011-2014), Carraro SpA (2009-2012) and Sorin SpA (2009-2012). He graduated in Business at the Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi of Milan.

Karina Litvack

Ms. Karina A. Litvack serves as Non-Executive Independent Director at Eni S.p.A. since May 9, 2014. She is currently a Member of the Global Advisory Council of Cornerstone Capital Inc., a Member of the Advisory Board of Bridges Ventures LLC, a Member of the CEO Sustainability Advisory Panel of SAP AG, a Member of Business for Social Responsability and of Yachad, and a Member of the Advisory Council of Transparency International UK. From 1986 to 1988 she was a member of the Corporate Finance team of PaineWebber Incorporated. From 1991 to 1993 she was a Project Manager of the New York City Economic Development Corporation. In 1998 she joined F&C Asset Management plc where she held the position of Analyst Ethical Research, Director Ethical Research and Director Head of Governance and Sustainable Investments (2001-2012). She was also a Member of the Board of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (2003-2009) and of the Primary Markets Group of the London Stock Exchange Primary Markets Group (2006-2012). She graduated in Political Economy at the University of Toronto.

Diva Moriani

Ms. Diva Moriani serves as Non-Executive Independent Director at Eni S.p.A. since May 9, 2014. She is actually Executive Vice Chairman of Intek Group SpA, CEO of KME AG Vorstand, German holding company of KME Group, Member of the Supervisory Board of KME Germany GmbH and Director of Moncler SpA, Ergycapital SpA, Dynamo Academy, KME S.r.l., Dynamo Foundation and Associazione Dynamo. From 2007 to 2012 she was CEO of I2Capital Partners, private equity fund sponsored by Intek SpA, with an investment strategy focused on Special Situation. She graduated in Economics at Universita degli Studi di Firenze.